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Russian Spaniel

People who take care of Russian Spaniels are very loyal to their dogs, just as much as the dogs are loyal to them. There is some anecdotal evidence that they arrived in the United States and Canada ten to twenty years ago. However, they are still extremely rare there, and are still more common in their native Russia. In the ...

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Rat Terrier

This dog was originally bred in England to control vermin. Since they become experts at killing rats the farmers’ England. One rat terrier killed so many rats in span of around 7-hour period. This type of breed can grow up to 13 inches or even 15 inches when he grows too much. Because of his effectiveness he was eventually accepted ...

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Pomeranian

It is true to say that Pomeranians are relatively little/small dogs but with personalities of “big dogs.” These dogs are fun, friendly, and lively. Animated, commanding, cocky, and entertaining, this dog is unquestionably a great companion. The dog can turn out to be slightly defensive. They tend to be highly attached to their owners. They develop protectiveness, which makes them ...

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Plummer Terrier

They are a relatively new breed, and they are almost exclusive to the United Kingdom, so relatively little is known about them elsewhere. History and Health : History : The bad news is that there is virtually no history for these dogs. The good news is that all of its history is very recent and therefore readily available. In fact, ...

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Pembroke Welsh Corgi

Pem is a low ground and long dog. The skull is flat and wide between the ears. This dog’s stop is usually moderate. His topline is level. Jaws meet scissors bite, and his nose is black. The eyes are oval with shades of brown that largely depend on the color of the coat. His eye’s rims are usually black. His ...

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Pekingese

The Pekingese are most known for being small and hairy, proud and regal, cute and lovable, protective and jealous, and spunky. History and Health : History : They are truly an ancient breed. Analysis of their DNA has confirmed that they are very similar to the wolf, the very ancient ancestor to domesticated dogs, in terms of genes although, obviously, ...

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Norwich Terrier

They are most commonly known for being hardy, affectionate, adaptable, friendly and active. History and Health : History : This breed has been around since the late 19th century (and possibly earlier) in East Anglia, England. It is believed that they were in the area since the 1860s and were descendants of Irish Terriers. They were found to be useful ...

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Norfolk Terrier

This is a perfect breed for anyone seeking for a lively and fearless canine companion. The Norfolk Terrier is also affectionate. He brings with him an outgoing and perky personality. With a timeless constitution, this twelve-pound dog charms everyone who knows, adores, and loves him. One great and attractive attribute about this dog is the fact that he is hardly ...

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Miniature Pinscher

This dog is square, compact, and small. His head is usually proportional to his body. His skull normally appears flat and tapering forward. He has a very string muzzle that is normally proportionate to the head. The dog’s topline is usually level. It can also be slightly slope towards the rear. He has dark oval eyes. The ears are typically ...

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